Two Wedding Crashers by Meghan Quinn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I sometimes get anxious when starting a second book in a series. Is it going to be as good as the first? Will I connect with these characters? Is the story line going to captivate me the whole way through? Let me easy everyone’s anxiety, it is a big fat YES to all of the above!
I loved that the book was in four parts. Each one representing a stage in their relationship. I was excited to read they were heading to Key West, a favourite spot I have holidayed at. I felt like I was with them scooting down Duval Street, doing the shuffle. There were so many things I loved about this book, and Beck was a major highlight. After coming away from his blind date in book one, he had things he needed to sort through. He has a past that he doesn’t often share. And maybe that’s why he connected so quickly with Rylee. They bought out a fun side to each other, but I think they could also sense the sorrow each had suffered. I adored Beck’s vulnerability and treasure his mantra of living in the moment. Rylee had a cool job, she’s a writer of rom-com’s. I feel her natural sass and wit helps her publish number one bestsellers, and why Beck gave her the nickname Saucy, so cute. I’m not sure if her home town is real, but I sure want to go visit now and try the fudge! There is also plenty of banter and flirting and a ton of humor which is right up my alley.
This is a standalone, told in dual POV, and can easily be read by itself. These two characters are backed up with some amazing best friends that will make you laugh and melt your heart with their devotion. I do recommend you read the first book, as each of them is fabulous.
*A copy was kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.
**Reviewed by Monique for JoandIsaLoveBooksBlog.
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